SAN JOSE, Calif., Jan. 23 2018 — / — Violin® Systems LLC (, the industry pioneer in All Flash Arrays, today announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued to Violin United States Patent No. 9,852,076. For more information on Violin’s patent history, visit

Caching of Metadata for Deduplicated LUNs
This patent describes a technique of caching deduplicated LUN metadata in a fashion that is sensitive to the different and changing spatial and temporal access characteristics of different workloads in a multi-tenant system, such as Violin’s Flash Storage Platform 7450. In this way, performance and cost may be improved, whilst providing differentiated service to each tenant.

The data storage and management industry is at a critical point where the speed of data and big data are converging to meet the demands of growing enterprises. Violin is there to meet those demands by unlocking the DNA of data and providing customers robust data services that enable them to meet their business goals. “This patent is yet another example of our unwavering commitment to innovation intended to serve our valued customers,” said Ebrahim Abbasi, CEO and President of Violin Systems.

About Violin®:
Violin®, the disruptive innovator in All Flash Arrays, is revolutionizing how businesses operate by enabling storage technology to Be Instrumental by changing the SLAs and capabilities of private, hybrid and public cloud environments. The Flash Storage Platform™, powered by Concerto OS™, a fully integrated storage operating system, is the industry leader in the combination of every significant category measured in all flash arrays: ultra-low latency, affordability, density, scalability and ultra-high performance. With tightly integrated data services, the Violin Flash Storage Platform provides a unique combination of data protection, business continuity, and data reduction services onto a flexible, uniquely scalable solution called Scale Smart™, delivering significant CAPEX and OPEX savings.

Founded in 2005, Violin is headquartered in San Jose, California. For more information, visit

Agency Contact:
Judy Smith, JPR Communications

Source: Violin Systems LLC